Where to find the best price on Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy in Australia

Matt Sayer 26 June 2017 NEWS


The series that Uncharted developer Naughty Dog cut its teeth on is back and it's prettier than ever.

Table last updated 10/10/2017

Retailer Shipping Price Total price (delivered)
Base.com $2.86 $40.65 $43.51
JB Hi-Fi $3.50 $49.00 $52.50
Ozgameshop $0.00 $53.69 $53.69
Mighty Ape $4.99 $49.00 $53.99
Dungeon Crawl $2.50 $52.00 $54.50
Play-Asia $6.77 $58.92 $65.69
The Gamesmen $6.95 $59.95 $66.90
Big W $9.90 $59.00 $68.90
PlayStation Store Digital delivery $69.95 Digital delivery
EB Games $3.50 $69.95 $73.45

Poor Crash. Spinning onto the video game scene just months after the revolutionary Super Mario 64, the furry bandicoot never stood a chance against that famous moustachioed plumber. Next to SM64, Crash Bandicoot's levels were simply too small, too linear, too last-gen. It wasn't until Spyro the Dragon flew in two years later that PlayStation finally got the 3D platformer it needed, but by then, it was too late. The N64 had established itself as the home of the 3D platformer.

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Click to buy Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy from Amazon AU

He is back, your favourite marsupial with all new exciting features! Get him today!

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Two decades later, a lot of things have changed. 3D platforming has long fallen out of fashion, with just the odd Yooka-Laylee or Snake Pass keeping the genre alive. What better time, then, for Crash to make his glorious comeback?

That's Activision's plan for Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy at any rate. Combining Crash's first three adventures, Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back and Crash Bandicoot: Warped, the PlayStation 4 collection gives each game quite the visual overhaul, rebuilding both the graphics and the audio from the ground up to look more like something from the current generation. As an added bonus, you can play all three games as Crash's sister Coco, with a brand new set of abilities to boot.

Whether you're an old pal of Crash's keen on reliving his adventures or a newcomer wanting to jump in for the first time, there's no sense in paying full price when the game comes out on 30 June. That's why we've gathered up the best prices for Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy up above.

$559.95 Go 4K with PlayStation 4 Pro

$559.95 Go 4K with PlayStation 4 Pro from Sony

PlayStation 4 Pro comes with 1TB of storage and a wireless controller.

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$509.95: PlayStation 4 Slim

$509.95: PlayStation 4 Slim from Sony

The same PS4 you know and love, but smaller. Comes with 1TB of storage and a Dualshock 4 Wireless controller.

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